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The same-sex marriage law is commonly known in France as "la loi Taubira" (the Taubira law), after former Justice Minister Christiane Taubira, who introduced the bill to the French Assembly in November 2012 and was the bill's main sponsor.
In June 2013, the French Government issued a bulletin "relative aux conséquences du refus illégal de célébrer un mariage de la part d'un officier d'état civil", wherein it declared illegal the refusal of a state officier to deny marriage certificates to same-sex couples.
146 local mayors vainly challenged the bulletin in French courts.
Their case eventually made its way to the European Court of Human Rights, which dismissed it in October 2018.
On 12 April 2013, the Senate approved the bill with amendments in a 171–165 vote, followed by the approval of the amended bill by the National Assembly on 23 April 2013 in a 331–225 vote.
However, a challenge to the law by the conservative UMP party was filed with the Constitutional Council following the vote.
A bill granting same-sex couples the right to marry and jointly adopt children was introduced to the National Assembly by the Socialist Government of Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault on 7 November 2012, with the support of President François Hollande, who declared his intent to support the legislation during his campaign for the presidency.
Some other party leaders, such as former Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, disapproved publicly of same-sex marriages.What could conquer the Ukrainian bride’s heart faster than a rich present from overseas?Our Russian dating service will help you to choose a surprise gift for your Russian woman in order to astonish her on account of your love and care.During his campaign for the 2012 presidential election, Socialist Party candidate François Hollande declared his support for same-sex marriage and adoption for same-sex couples and included them as one of his 60 government engagements.On 3 July, in his first speech in front of the newly elected assembly, Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault announced that marriage and adoption for everybody will be a reality "in the first semester of 2013".